So somewhere on here someone was talking about malted milk balls or what agave and maca might taste like together and that was thrown out there. I decided to see what it did taste like so this is what I came up with.
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I obviously did not note amounts but you just take however much agave you want (maybe 2TB? ) and mix in maca until it becomes a bit pastey. I added in roughly 1-2 TB almond butter and scant 1/2 tsp pecan butter or so with a pinch of salt and it created this lovely paste of goodness. I suppose you could use it in PB cups, as a layer on the bottom of a cheese cake, into ice cream for a swirl of caramel / malt lovliness, as a sweet spread onto bread or whatever else you can think of. I refrigerated it to allow it to firm a bit. I’ve just been sneaking little pearls of it to satisfy my sweet tooth. Good luck, hope you like it!

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So somewhere on here someone was talking about malted milk balls or what agave and maca might taste like together and that was thrown out there. I decided to see what it did taste like so this is what I came up with.

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oh wow, great to hear kathryn! yeah, pecan butter is so good. I used artisana's, it is so rich and has a deep flavor. A little sure goes a long way!

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I just tried this with tahini and it was delish! Thanks!

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Hey ardesmond, Artisana makes raw pecan butter! Check out their website, they make just about any kind of nut butter out there!

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Pecan butter what the(#*&$#$& when did they start making that. I always thought it wasn't oily enough to make pecan butter. Did you buy it or make it yourself.

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